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WEBINAR How to Organize and Present a Moderated Panel

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Monday, March 5, 2018 - 2:30pm
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www.txla.org/CE

March 5, 2:30-3:30pm Central Time
How to Organize and Present a Moderated Panel
Walter Betts and Carolyn Booker

Created on Feb 27, 2018 | Last updated February 27, 2018

WEBINAR TLA Officer Orientation, Part 2

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Wednesday, May 9, 2018 - 1:00pm
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www.txla.org/CE

May 9 | 1-2pm, Central Time
TLA Officer Orientation, Part 2

In the second half of this guide for new TLA officers, experienced leaders will review important issues such as staying within budget, volunteer management, and planning for elections. REGISTER

Created on Feb 23, 2018 | Last updated February 23, 2018

WEBINAR TLA Officer Orientation, Part 1

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Friday, April 20, 2018 - 1:00pm
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www.txla.org/CE

April 20 | 1-2pm, Central Time
TLA Officer Orientation, Part 1

This program will cover the essentials for new officers of the Texas Library Association, including the new officer information form, budget requests, major duties of the different offices, and how to find help on the TLA website or through other officers and staff. REGISTER

Created on Feb 23, 2018 | Last updated February 23, 2018

WEBINAR AZ Introduction to Project Management

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Wednesday, March 27, 2019 - 1:00pm - 2:00pm
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www.txla.org/CE-AZ

The webinar takes the attendees through identification of projects, project templates and design and how a project is built including how a timeline is created, what roles and responsibilities are for all levels of employees are, project communication and how strategies are determined and implemented. A typical library project will be used as an example.
 

Created on Jan 31, 2018 | Last updated January 31, 2018

WEBINAR AZ Preserving the Life of Books, DVDs, and More

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Tuesday, February 12, 2019 - 1:00pm - 2:00pm
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www.txla.org/CE-AZ

Workshop content includes the basic roles and responsibilities of collection care and maintenance including design of space, temperature, etc.; recommendations for handling in general and on shelves including patron education, basic repair issues and training available. Content also includes recovery information for emergency situations for damaged materials and the "care and feeding of realia including media (DVD’s and CDRoms) as well as USB’s and hardware peripherals.

Created on Jan 31, 2018 | Last updated January 31, 2018

WEBINAR AZ THE Critical Supporting Roles and Responsibilities in Collection Management

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Tuesday, January 15, 2019 - 1:00pm - 2:00pm
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www.txla.org/CE-AZ

In many libraries, library specialists are the primary support staff for collection management serving primary and secondary roles in needs assessment, gap analysis, selection recommendations, acquisitions/purchasing and maintenance of all formats of materials. This program discusses the breadth of activities as well as practical processes of selection and purchasing, recommended articulation of activities, orientation and training materials (for both Dewey and LC) as well as the reasons why libraries build their collections in certain ways.

Created on Jan 31, 2018 | Last updated January 31, 2018

WEBINAR AZ Mentoring and Being a Mentee

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Wednesday, December 5, 2018 - 1:00pm - 2:00pm
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www.txla.org/CE-AZ

What is mentoring? What role does mentoring play in support staff education and training and does it substitute for orientation and training, other activities?  What types of mentors are ther and what types of mentors do we need in libraries? How does it differ from shadowing? What mentor programs exist for all levels of library employees? How do I get started?

Created on Jan 31, 2018 | Last updated January 31, 2018

WEBINAR AZ Role of Library Specialists in Community Partnerships

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 - 1:00pm - Wednesday, November 13, 2019 - 2:00pm
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www.txla.org/CE-AZ

Strategic partnerships with other community entities (beyond area libraries) including nonprofit, for-profit, and governmental organizations are critical to the success of libraries. These partnerships introduce new benefits and leverage existing benefits for maximizing use and awareness including programming, services, collection management, and library instruction. Content will include specific roles and responsibilities for library specialists as well as lists of successful partnerships, cooperative ideas from across the state and the country.

Created on Jan 31, 2018 | Last updated January 31, 2018

WEBINAR AZ Successful Communication in the Workplace for Library Specialists

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Wednesday, October 17, 2018 - 1:00pm - 2:00pm
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www.txla.org/CE-AZ

Whether you are "on stage" or out front with your customers/patrons or behind the scenes and "backstage", you need to know how to communicate! Successful communication techniques, how to listen, and how to manage the avalanche of messages we get every day will be included in this webinar including communication styles and when to use them and recommendations for sample communication and free web-based communication tools. With the myriad of workers and patrons we have, there is no one way to successfully communicate!

Created on Jan 31, 2018 | Last updated January 31, 2018

WEBINAR AZ Cataloging and Technical Services Support Roles and Responsiblities

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Wednesday, September 12, 2018 - 1:00pm - 2:00pm
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www.txla.org/CE-AZ

Specialists in Technical Services are the mainstay of many acquisitions and cataloging activities in libraries today and the webinar will discuss these roles and responsibilities as well as organization systems including both the Dewey Decimal system and the Library of Congress system. Content is also presented on unique organization schematics used to meet local needs including genealogy, media collections, government documents as well as realia, and basic and advanced collection management roles and responsibilities.

Created on Jan 31, 2018 | Last updated January 31, 2018
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